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For three decades, the Kitzbuhel Alpine Rally has been quickening the heartbeats of classic car enthusiasts. With its unique combination of adventure, mechanics and motorsports, along with a splash of style and savoir-flair, this top-class automotive event also inspired this year’s Chronoswiss limited edition watch. Main sponsor and watch partner Chronoswiss has developed the exclusive Regulator Rallye Limited Edition 30, of which there will only be 30 specimens worldwide to coincide with the 30th anniversary year.

The sporty design in the characteristic style of Chronoswiss, the high quality of the finishing and the hand-painted limited edition number on the dial make this timepiece a sought-after collector’s item. This exclusive special edition really hits the mark with its dynamic color combination. Signal red highlights on the dial and strap give off a rally vibe on the wrist. At night, the watch, which is water-resistant down to 100 m, reflects accents off the hands and dial thanks to Super-LumiNova.

Like all watches from the Swiss manufacturer, this special edition is also made according to the highest quality standards and crafted by hand in Lucerne by highly experienced watchmakers. As a pioneer of the mechanical Renaissance, Chronoswiss is one of the few brands that always utilize mechanical movements for its exquisite timepieces. Each Chronoswiss embodies a special exclusivity due to the clear number of pieces available.

This independent watch brand has been active in motorsports many times before: as the title sponsor of the Chronoswiss Classics or in the development of such spectacular watch models as the Wristmaster, a dashboard clock set for Spyker, or the Tachoscope for Audi’s 100th anniversary.

Chronoswiss was founded by master watchmaker Gerd-Rudiger Lang and his wife in 1983. Since February 2012, it has been under the ownership of entrepreneurial family Ebstein. Chronoswiss specializes in the manufacture of high-quality, mechanical Swiss made wristwatches.

The independent family business employs 30 people and annually manufactures some 4,000 timepieces. These are exported to 26 countries, where they can be purchased from 300 select specialized dealers. The company headquarters are located in the House of Chronoswiss at Lucerne (Switzerland). There, visitors are welcome to experience live watchmaking and traditional craftsmanship such as high fire enamel and guilloche a la main.